# Math

Theo made the table below to show the number of middle school students who attented the last football game. if this data were displayed in a circle graph, how many degrees would be in the sector representing the 8th grade

# of students in 6th grade: 375

A. 145 degrees
B. 126 degrees
C. 35 degrees
D. 65 degrees

I've been trying to work this out. Can someone please explain to me how I can work this out but don't just give me the answer Please.

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1. Find the total number of students.

Then find the percentage that are 8th graders.

Multiply that percent by 360.

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Ms. Sue
2. Thank you so much. I think it's C

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3. I mean B!!

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4. Yes. B is right.

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Ms. Sue
5. Thank you. sorry to bother you again but I had another problem like this. How do I change something to a percent? if I was using 360 degrees. How would I change a number to a percent so i can create a pie graph

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6. Multiply the decimal by 100.

36% means 36 out of 100 = 0.36

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